President Joe Biden will visit Kansas City Wednesday to promote the recently passed infrastructure law.
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Women’s rights activists in the Afghan capital of Kabul insist they will continue fighting for their right to education, employment and participation in Afghan political and social life, and said a recent Taliban decree banning forced marriage was not enough to address the issue of women’s rights.
More than 31,000 people have been deported by the Dominican Republic to Haiti this year, more than 12,000 of them in just the past three months -- a huge spike, observers say.
Several villages were blanketed with falling ash.
In June, a federal appeals court panel ruled the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission didn’t adequately demonstrate the need for the 65-mile pipeline, which runs through parts of Illinois and Missouri.
Parson says other factors might have contributed to lower infection rates and that mandates can backfire.
Proposals include requiring women to undergo an ultrasound before an abortion and raising criminal penalties for illegal abortions.
The move appears to address criteria that developed nations consider a precondition to recognize their government and restore aid.
Bosnian police have arrested seven people suspected of war crimes against civilians during the country's 1992-95 conflict.
Detective Antonio Valentine died in the line of duty. He had recently retired from the Air Force Reserve.